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Catalogue 



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Fifty-Seventn Annual Session 



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LaGrang'e Female College 



LaGrange, Georgia 



1901-1902 



E«tablUh«d 1833 Ch»rter*d 1846 



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LAGRANGE. GA. 

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Board of Trustee*. 



Board of ZJrustees. 



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Faculty. 

1901-1902 



RUFUS W. SMITH A. M President, 

Melaphyiici. 

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RUFUS W. .smith. Lady Principal 

A-tronomy, Physiology. 

■ 

luring Fori 

CLIFFORD I. SMITH 

Mathematics, French. 

StndH 

. in pre* in posttios 

LEON P. SMITH A I!.. 

Physics, Biology, German. 

ii positioB 
MISS LINDA LOUISE HARRISON. M. I-.. I... M R <> I> 

Elocution, Physical Culture. 

■ ' I Hmrtmflli Fen Osl M 1 " l> . Btltitnon u.in.n-i 

im t!\ in litten 

MISS S JENNIE STRADLEY, A H.. 

Latin, Greek. 

' ' '"' ' Btudl i| BUM 

MISS MARGARET E. SHEPARD, . B 

History, Principal of Academy. 



Faculty. 

MISS ELIZABETH GREEN 1. I 

English Literature. 

I. I i Prasad) Nnun.il. Hi 
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MISS 0- I. II. I. IAN \ ENABLE A i; 

Instructor in Academy. 

A 1: i.i ^ i>- fcehit 

REV. HUBERT M SMITH \ B 

Aaaistant in MsUphyiici and History. 

A B 



Music Department. 

ALWVX M. SMITH Mrs C,k\i> . DlMtCTOK, 

Theoretica, Voice Culture. Musical History. 

Mai Dtaa v.,;,.,- 

pnvatr undn a.,. A,i.„„, , hcn ,„ Mrtt . ,,,,,„„. 
UeipMcConwrvaiorv.,! \ 

MRS ALWVX M SMITH. Mrs C.ku- 
Voice. Piano. 
•»* story tor Um 

■ ™,„rv „„„„ fcnr. ,., Km „,_ , 

luurtern rear*. 

CLIFFORD I. SMITH. 
Vioii-a. 

"I Vlrlmal V«In«r»i_. v 
ywrs 

MISSKLKAXokc DAVENPORT A I; Mrj. G«ad 

Pi.no. Theory. OuitarMsr-doiin. Banio. ,ign, Singing 

A B / \[ 
fivr years 



Faculty. 

MISS LEILA M [RVIN, Mi> Grab., 

Piano. Theory, Sight Singing. 

HISS I : I » A > BARTHOLOMEW" Mrs Grad., 

PUno.Thpory, Pip* Organ. 
Comptetvda foui ycai .. Cmm . vall „ v ,,, mnak tu 

l "" l; • x l" In preaeni poaltion ,,.,. 

MISS D NEWTIE INGRAM, )i. s 

Piano, Theory, Sight Singing. 

'■ ' ln leaching expei i Inpreaeal poeMon «k yam 



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Art Department. 

MRS CLIFFORD L. SMITH A It 
China Paintir\|>. 

MISS N T ETZIE W MORRILL, A. B 
Oil Painting, Drawing, Etc. 

■ In awaul peahioa ow yen 



MRS CLIFFORD i. SMITH 
Librarian. 



MISS ANGIE SMITH 

Hou ae Keeper. 



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Requirement* for Admiision to College. 

Requirements For Admission to 
College. 

These requirements conform to the standard • 
the Educational Commission of the M. E Church, South. 
The> are fnlh met in the course of stuch oi th« Vcaden 
which students) may thoroughly equip tlnTnsi 
work here ■>! elsewhere. 

For »he A. B. Degree. 

English; Three hours a week foi two years 
i. Higher English Gn mm 

2. Elements of Rhetoric and weekly writl 

3. English Literature, including the special st 
Shakespeare's Macbeth, Milton'- LA:: ad U I 

Comus and Lycidaa. Burke's Speech on Conciliation witi the 
American ^okraks, Macaalay s Essays on Addison and Mi 
and the reading of Pope s Homo - Iliad. Books I.. VI , XX. 
XXIV, Addison's Sh Roger de Overlay, Goldsmith's Vic 
Wakefield, Scott's Ivanho er's Last oi the kfohi 

Tennyson's Princess Coleridgt s Ancieul Mariner 

Latin: Four boars ■ week for two years 

1 . Beginner's Hook 

t. Three books of Cmm and three orations of ( 
their equivalent. 

■ 'H-.-k: Four hours a week for toe year. 

■ ■ Begumer'a Hook, wkh eki weiuw ; reading 

Mt.on. 2. Oi one year of eqanvalenl preparation in eithei 
French or German, 

the applicant for admission has not smdwj Gtmm or 
course of study in ei:her may 
****** ,vcW in the number of nours r, , 

History: Three hum. a week fa tww years 

J. Hfetorj of the rn„,l State- and <,,„,.,;, h-torv « 
fiistor\ ot England. 



Cwrtif icat«»--ri» t mr 1 ion» . 

bematk* Pow u ,.,-k for iwo v. 

■ . Aritlmx !i. 

High School A quadrat* 

For tbe B. S. Degree. 

Eajrlish Smm m fbi A B 

Htstorj s.iiik as foi A i: count 

M thematic* Suae ac t. .1 A ]; oourse. 

I • :,t " , SmmM A ,! '""- ' nt amoute 

S ■ bo Pout hours ■ UVt .k ,•,„• ,„„ 

■ pay, Phyrfcs, Cbemistr) « i:,,t., m 
tan will be •canted ,„„„ ,i,,h accredited achsoia « 
lien (.i entnmci examinations 



Certificate. 

-nous departsaettaof ell,,, u ,, rki a cVrtifii . ;iU . wm u . auani 

;;' ■"-'- « ,i,, ,„„,_,„. 111(h , Fl>ram , )m . ()1 

1 , ' :!,! " !VC,rt!f " ~ OOwffl h, char,,,! 



Distinctions. 



" " • •,. •SZszz?'** 

, *;z:^';i,:'::>;rT'";- ■*— «■— at* 



Mctartf, „,,,:|„, tU 



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Acsdemr Course of Study. 

dnriag O.nnmiHvnR-ut These are to be » ' upon re] 
■^, provided that the one to native tb ' nomh. 

incates shall take precedence si thoi less wn 

Ten atodeats in Special Ebcatioa will n ma n 

■eril 1:1 etocotton to tedte during C u n i ii ri i crtucnt . To 
pupuaanssthave studi - " ,,,:1 ""' : ' " tn *n 

months before mm- of ststctian and nutst continue th 
work until Oouunei Otmcnt 

No medals are awarded and bo "honors 



The Academy. 



Admission to the Academy. 

Applicants hum Ik- at least to rsokJ and must have 

completed mane elementary grammar, el e men tary arithmel 
course in reading, an advanced geography ind an elementan 
Unite - history. A Fi 

ur.'i cii;-.ri!> provided for local students. No primary work is 
done. 



Course of Study. 

First Year. 

tvaghsh.— Seed't Word Lessons (Mayaafa, Merrill \ Co 
Harvey's English Grammar Americas Boole Co . - 
of MtHon's L'AHegro, n P e uaemaW , Coma* and Ly< 
Burke's S; eedi on ftmcihatoa with the American Colonic 
] '- i,]i ■ '■ The reading of I 

the Mohiceaa, GokJsarith's Vicar of Waki 
Pope's Ihau, 10013 1 . VI . XXII.. and XXIV (Each 
Macmflma Co Critical papers, Weekly compositions 
! " riv Ln " I Roffia* Easi Latin Uaaona \11m. sad 



Cour«e of Study for th«. A. B D«.*r#e-.B. *. 

Ba ™* y l '- y ^ Histor, oi the UnitedStatea America* Book 

Evans Histor y "»' G«orgw rjahxrah) Publishing 
L<> i"i supplementary study. 

Bat-ematics HiJne' 8 Higher Arithmetic Americaa Book 

*- a completed 

V "";''' 1 P"""-*^ Physical culture, right omging ami dm* 

drawing 

Second Year. 

Hv '":" Lockmoodaad Bmeraou . Compoaitkm and Rhetoric 

"* 1 f° WordAmU ys i 8 studj of Shakespeare', 

«h Mac.ttlay S Bamjr«, Milton and Addiaoa (Each 

'»a« Co , Rcodimj ,„ Coieridg, ■ Ancient 

'-.. VI, ■,S ir R„ K ,,, Cl ,, r , v t 

Ir"" s ''— M-nnll,,, Co . Critical papers 

weeki\ , ninj ositious 

tt , "'" ' ■»-«"«-*- based on the texts, 

S^ '"V ius N >P°» Cmaarand 

• r o. 

G "L" . »««*>. WWte'.FiratGim* 

completed. 73yro*rm ma/A 

SL ■ ---/- 

■mens Ifytbologj kTaynatd, Merrill A Co 

^rr, !^^ Sc ^ A %^ (America* Book 
"» through quadra) 

'^■S course only. M :nirv - S ,,,„ , 

^Geographj (Um^eruity PnbteJring Co I 



Courses of Study. 



Courses of Study. 



for A. B. Degree 



For B. S. Degree 



English I. 

' min I. 

Grade I. i ^ t . 
Genua I. I | (,,u "' tha * 
Plane Geonetry 
Genera] Historj 
Bibk I. 



I-Kl SUM \\ \ KAR. 

English I. 



English II and III. 
Utia II. 

Greek II I 



SOPHOMOK1 



German II. » 



One <>f these 



Solid Geometry to Feb i. 
T rigon ometry after F 1> t. 

Physics 
Bibk II. 



German I. 
Physiology t<> Jan i 
Botany after Jan. i 
Plane < Geometry 
General History 
Bible I. 

\ I AK. 

Eagtisn II and III 
German II 
Advanced Ph - 

raphy to Febi uan i 
Eoo 'cr Feb. i . 

: Oeometn I 
Trigonometry aftei I 
Phj - 
Bible II. 



: German I. and II. naj be taken in the Junior and Senior 
Years by those who enter after Freafataan .uid Sophomoi 
provided they are not behind in other bnachea al 

jf.viok w.. s, krtoi n \ks 

The order in which tl ...]„„ mav be taken Dp ■ 

eiectrre to a large degree The srnKten* is exp , onsah 

with the vanons heads ,,, Departments k . for , ,, u „ rk 

rboaealaetogtadnatemoneyear will be called Seniors the 
BthH Sophomore will be catted Jani 



ror A. B. Degree 

angunu 

English IV., and V or VI 

Latin III. 
Chemistry 



Tor B. S. Degree 

ki.ni [BED 

English IV . and V cm VI 

!i I 
Chemistry 



10 



Course of Study. 

Am meed Algebra to Feb i. Advanced Algebra to 

Feb. i 
Astronom; to Feb i Astrononi) to Feb. r. 

Civics Economics, Histoi Civics, Economics, Hisfory 

Rome of Rome 

Bible III and IV Bible, in and IV. 

Rthics Psychology, Lof Ethics, Psychology, Logic. 

Geology after Feb. i 
ELECTIVES ELBCTIVSfl 

320 Hours' work Required from 280 Hour-.' work Kt.-<jiiir- 

<.•(! from 
Greek History (40 houi Greek History 140 hour-) 

German] (120), if not taken French II. ( 1 20) 

!ii. in II. 120), il not taken English VII 
Preach I (120 English VIII. 

French II English V if not 

taken. 
English VII 6 Plane Analytical Geometry 

; '- 11 VIII (60) Descriptive Geometry (4.-1 

Calculus (60 J 
Zo " 1 " Spherics] Trigonometry 

Pny'WogJ Solid Analytical Geometry 

(40) 
~ 1; V f6o) 1: nol taken Bookkeeping 

Geology (60) 

Any Math. Course in B. S Elective! 
The Total Number ot Hours Required fbf Graduation m 
Course is 2400 tut tory irork counting One-bom 

tor 1 \\. 1 



Course ol Study, 
three hours pei week mtleas otherwise stated). 

Department of English. 

MISS 1 1.1/ Mil ..Til (,kl I \, I. I 

ENGLISH I Carpenters Elements of Rhetoric Macmillan 
Co ; Lewis' Specimens of Forma if Discourse (Holt & Co.) 

1 1 



Course of Studr. 



Required critical reading Lowell's Vision of Sii Launfal 
Irvine's Alhambra, Longfellow » Evangeline M millan 
Co.). Dickens' Tale of Two Cities Ginn &Co Shakes 
peare's Hamlet rVrden Edition I 1 C. Heath & Co 
Emerson's Essays, selected ( American I!<><'k Co *. 
papers. Weekh compositions. 

ENGLISH II To January. Painter's Introduction toAniei 
Lit e r atur e Sibley & Docker) with selections Weber's 
Southern I'<Kt- Macmillan Co. , Critical pa i>ers Monthlj 
compositions. 

ENGLISH III.— Tojone. Halleck's Histon ofEnglishLil 
ture (American i:.K,k Co Syle's From Milton to Tennyson 
(Sibley and Docker). Required Critical Reading Milton's 
Paradise Lost, H<x>ks I. AU <\ \\ Ruskin's Sesame and 
Lillies. Tennyson's Idylls of tin- King Each from Macmillan 
Co.), Hawthorne's Marble Pami (Maynard, Merrill and 
Co • Carlysk'a Easaj on Barns (Macmillan Co Criti 
•cal Papers. Monthly Compositions. 

ENGLISH IV —To January. Representative plays from the 
Elizabethan dramatists. For close critical stud? Shakes 
peare's Julius Caesar, Macbeth' Macmillan Co. . Tempest 
Arden Edition 1» C. Heath ami Co. i Comparison of Kin 
tabethan and Ancient Classical Drama with readings from 
the Classic dramatists. 

Required Reading: King Lear, As v,. u IJkl . It kl(lll!1 , 
III. Each from D. C. Heath and Co. Critical Papers 

ENGLISH V. For this course ace the department ol Elocution 
The work a given rc K i:hir Esgikh credit. 

ENGLISH VI.-To June. Development oi the Novel K, 

pwaenutive Works of Modem Novelists. Cross' Dev, 

mentof the English Novel (Macmillan Co. Critical Pape, 
Six Formal Compositions. 

HN( K;n"hr V T r T " Jam,:,rv —*« <*—* *«*< 

Kmght .Tale^ Nonne Preeatea r.,1, The Clarendon 
I rem). Selection, from Spencers Fairie Queen Two Fo. 
■al Coanpositions. * iwora 

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Courie of *tud». 

ENGLISH VIII To June. Emerson's Brief Histor) of the 

English I. .iii-M i-,- Macmillan Co. or Bright'* Anglo Sax 

on Readei The Clarendon Press). Two Formal Composi 
lions 

A <-t rtificate w ill be granted upon tin- completion of any ^ix 
courses in English. 

f / (0r ' M ' ■ ' of English must 

;/ (km n, btgb ne First 

limit. 
Department of Elocution and Physical Culture. 
MISS LINDA LOUISE HARRISON M. E I.., M. K. o. i> 
CLASS ELOCUTION Fee $10.00 per year. South wick h 
cation ( Werner and Co Selected readings from an- 
1 nt dramas 

SPECIAL ELOCUTlON.-^Fee \ pet year. Graded work 

m phonetic spelling, pronunciation, vocal physiology, ai 
tkulatiou of the bod) . expression, interpretation, pan i< n in < 
Texts Used: Pulton and Trueblood's Practical Elocution 
Werner Co.); Sears' History of Oratory (Scott, Poresman 
Co. Arnaud and Delautnosne'a Delaarte system of 
Orator) Werner Co.); Linda Louise Harrison's Gesticula 
tion Simplified; Genevieve StcKJ,iii-. Physical Culture 1 War 
ner Co. 1. 

v u "" b < omplet ion of the course in special 

Blocu'.ion. Either of the above courses pursued for one year is elective 
e of English VI 

Boarders are required to take a course in Physical Culture 
if physically able. 



Department of Latin 

MISS s. JENNIE STRADLEY, A B 
UTIN I Searing's Virgil's Aeneid (American Hook Go. •-. 

The Dactylic Hexameter; Bennett's Cicero de Senectute; 

Bennett's Latin Gremtuar; Bennett's Latin Prose Composi- 

tion 1 Allyn and Bacon . 
LATIN II. Shoreyand tirkland's Horace's Odes, Bpodes, 

Satires and Epistles (B. H. Sanborn and Co.); Lyrk 

Metres 01 Horace; Bennett's Latin Grammar; Bennett's 

Latin Prose Composition. 

'J 



O'jrt* of Study Creek French Carman. 

LATIN" III Tyler's Tacitus' Germania American Book Co 
Elmer'* Terence's Phormto Hinds and Noble i; Sight Read- 
ing from Cicero's Orations against Catalnie; ■ study of 
Roman Literature, A certificate will be granted ii]x>ii the 

"nplctioii of tins course 

Department of Greek. 

MISSS. JENNIE STRADLEY, A B 
GREEK I Goodwin and White's Xenopbon's Anabasis, Good 
win's Greek Grammai Ginn and 2u . Higley's Prose Com- 
position i Ginn and Co. 
GREEK II -Seymour's Homer's Iliad Books] and III (Gins 
and Co. i. Allen's Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound Ginn and 
Co. A Stud) of Greek Drama. 
A certificate will be granted upon the completion of thiscourse. 
Department of French. 
CLIFFORD I. SMITH 

FRENCH I. -Fmer and Squair's Grammai (D C Heath and 
Co.). Van Daell's Introduction to Fundi Authors (D «. 
Heath and Co.), Conversational and Composition Exercises; 
Menwriring French Poetry; Texts selected from Brkmann 
Chatnan, kferimee, Sand, Victor Hugo (prose) Venu D 
>-• Heath and Co 

FRENCH II.-Fraser and Squair's Grammar; Francois' Com 

P««Oon (American Book Co.); Written Exercises o> 

studied subjects; Recitations conducted partly in Fi 

J*** ****** bom Zola. Hugo, Dumas, Halev) (D C 
Heatfa and Co.) 

WXCH III. U Uterature ik . u ,_ m ,, iu Fr m( . t]M . u . ntu . n 

™--" ,ii ctat , (1 m;ilu , : A]1 worfc conducted m French: 

St«dyof FrenchVereificatioo;Textofor ^.^ Relected 

£*■ ^rtme.Hugo, Randne. Musset, Daudet. Corneille, 
**« D.C. Heath and Co.). A certificate will be grant- 
«apM the completion of this course. 

Department of German. 
LEON P. SMITH \ I! 
GERMAN I Harri ■ ,• 

Co L ,r , ns GermM Otammai (D. C Heath and 

'• n,ree<te »«»tary German texts. 



Course of Study Biology Astronomy Physics. 

IMAX II Joines-Meissner's German Gramtnai Part I. 

'' C M ith and Co Three intermediate German texts. 

C ■ »n and i om ,-i national i \. 

I MAN III. -Thi 

Joines M. issi • 
mmar; Study of the lives and literature ol classii I Ger 
man writers. Composition and convei l inal exen 
A i ertifi ite \\ ill be issu ■ I up >:i the this 

mil !m 
Department of Biology and Astronomy. 
MRS. RUFUS W. SMITH AND LEON P. SMITH \ B 
BIOLOGY". 

COURSE I After Feb. i. Smith's Physiology and Hygiene 
(American Book Co. ) Text study with the use of ch 
Lectures. 

COURSE II. To Feb. i. Davenport's Zoology (Mactnillan Co.). 
Text study and laboratory, the latter taking upat least half 
of the time. Laborator) fee, Si .00 

COURSE III. After Feb. t. Wood's Botany (American Book 
Co |. Nearly the whole time is employed in the analysis <>t 
flowers, seeds, etc.. much time being spent in field excui 
sions. Laboratory fee >i .00. 

ASTRi ).\'i >MY. Howe's Descriptive Astronomy (Silver, Burdett 
andC Charts and lectures, with uderiaJ observations 
A certificate will Ik- granted upon the completion of the 
studies of this department. 

Department 0/ Physics. 
LEON P. SMITH A B. 
A noticeable deficiencj in the applicants for work in this de- 
partment is in Geography and Decimal Fractions. On admis- 
•ten these points will be considered 1»> the instructor. 
COURSE I Gage's Introduction to Physical Science (Gina 
and Co.). Laboratory work by student taking at least two- 
thirds of the time, with notes Lectures. Laboratorj fee, 
te* 00 - -'■'' bring th 

not* boot momat laboratory work, in o> 

in this CO 



Cour*« of Study. 

COURSE II Cooley's Cbemistr) (Ginn and Co.) I. 

work by student taking at l< utt two thirds ol tin- tunc with 

notes, Lectures. Laboratory fe< - 
COURSE III Daws' Physical Geograph> Gimi ami Co.). 

Ti \i studj The elementary work in ;.h\-:..l geogrnpln 

comprised iu texts like Maury's is done in tin- Academy. 

A certificate will be issued upon tin completion ol the 
studies nf this depai tmeut. 

Department of Mathematics. 

CLIFFORD I. SMITH 
COURSE I. Phillips and Fisher's Plane G i American 

Book Co, 
COURSE II ToFeb. i. Phillips and Fisher's Solid Geometry. 

COURSE III, After Feb. i. Phillips and Strong's Plane 
Trigonometry (Americau Book Co.). 

COURSE IV. To Feb. i Hall and Knight s Advanced Algebra 
( Macmillan *. 

COURSE V Bailey and Wood'-* Plane Analytical (',<>,] 
((iiini and Co, 

COURSE VI. Young and Unbarger's Elements ol Calculus 
(Applet on ami Co. ». 

COURSE Vll.—Spherkal Trigonometr) 
COURSEVIIL S<.lia Analytical Geometry. 

A certificate will be granted upon the completion of on) five 
oourses of this department. 

Department ©/ Bible Study and Metaphysics. 

RUFUS W.SMITH. A. If., REV. HUBERT M.SMITH, A B. 

BIBLE -Steele's Bible Outlines (Sibley and Ducket | 

COURSEI. Patriarchal and Hebrew Historj to Death of 
Solomon 

COURSE II Hebrew History to the Return from tit.- Baby 

Ionian Captivity. The Poetic and Prophetic Books 
COURSE III The Life of Christ. 

COURSEIV. The Propagation of the (iospel. Candler's 
Chnstus Aoctoi (S Meth, Pub House) 




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Courte of Study Music. 

IBTAPHVSICS. 

C01 RSE I To Nov. i. Jevons' Logic (American Book Co |. 
COURSE II, From Nov i. to Feb, 15. Steele's Ruditnen 

tary Ethics Leach, Shewell and Sanborn). 
COURSE III Aim Feb. 15. Baldwin's Elementary 

Psychology and Education ( 1). Appleton and Co. ). 

ficate will in- i>viK<l hjm.ii the completion of tin-- depart- 

wit and the Courses II. and III. in the department <>i History 

Political E< oiiomj . 

Department of History and Political Economy. 

MARGARET SHKPARD \ H . kl-.Y. HUBKKT M. SMITH A. H. 

RSE I. Myers" General History (Ginnand Co.). 
C0URSE1I. To Dec. u. Davenport's Economics ( Macniillan 

Co. 1. 

COURSE III. To Mar. 12. Macy's Civil Government (('.inn 
and Co. ). 

RSE IV. After Mar. 12, Botsford's History of Rome 

Macniillan C< 
COURSE V. Botsford'i History of Greece (Macniillan Co.). 
acertificate will be issued upon the completion of tin- depart- 

and the full course of Bible Study. 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 

ai.y\y\ M. SMITH, DIRECTOR. 

This department offers a thorough course in vocal and instru- 

1 music, theoretical studies and musical history. Some of 

*e teachers have had advantage of the heal conservatory train 

■K, all are eminently qualified tor their respective positions. 

methods employed are those used by the beat instructors ot 

■Berican and European conservatories. 

Semi-monthly pupils' recitals give training for concert 

Special ins.tru.tion in methods given those desiring 

1. The time required to complete a course is de- 

s-m ii|Nm the talent, industry ;md previous attainments of 

The courses of theory and sight singing are deemed es 

tl to an intelligent comprehension of voire culture, piano 01 

rgan 

Theory. 
I. M.SMITH DAVRNPORT, IRVIN, BART&OLOMRW, INGRAM 

Under theory is included notation, rudimentary principles, 
ony and counterpoint. The course of theory will compare 
jNraWy with that of the best conaervatories. 

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Course of «tudf Theor» Musical History. 

Course of Study in Theory. 

first Grtds. 

Nutation rudimentary principles. 
Written exercises adapted to pupil. 

Second Grade. 

Scales, signatures, intervals, etc 
Written exercises adapted to pupil. 

Third Grade. 

Drills insignatu es, scales, inter als, etc. 
Thorough bass. Marks of expression. 
Written exercises adapted to pupil. 

Fourth Grade. 

Emery's Elements of Harmon} t<> Lesson 43 
Emery's Additional Exercises. Original modulations. 

Fifth Grade. 

Emery's Elements oi Harmony completed and reviewed. 

Richter'.-. Additional Exercises. Double chants, chorals, li 1 

monizing melodies. Acoustics Goodrich's VI u 

Analysis. 

Sixth Grade. 

Jadasohn'8 Simple and Double Counterpoint. 
Cberubioi'i Counterpoint and Fugue. Figuration. Simple 
eamposition in rondo form. 

Musical History. 

A . M. SMITH. 

Pupils haveaccesa to a library containing musical hook- and 
journals, [n thefourth, Sfthand ttxtl pupih 

quired to read biographies of the masters and other musical lit- 
erature. 



Course of Study in Musical History. 
First Year. 

Usao „.,i„ MuskMl History, Filln,, ,,-,.. with original outline* 
■nd sketches 

Tl « ■ m S«cond Year. 

nieGreat fone Poets (Crowest). Biographical sketch •>> 
each composer. 

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Course of Study Piiino. 



Piano. 
KISSES BARTHOLOMEW, INGRAM, IKVIN. DAV1 WORT. 

Particular attention is paid to technic throughout the course. 
To facilitate the attainment of correct position and touch, pupils 

Srsl taught t<> play slowly. With increasing strength and 
iexibility, rapidity of execution is acquired till the desired tempo 

ached. Pupils who have completed the fourth grade in the 
ory and piano, the first year in musical history, and a jreaT in 
sight singing, will receive a Cebtipicath in instiuinfut.il music. 
Those completing, the fifth grade in theory, the course in 
piano, musical history, and first year in sight singing, will re- 
a diploma in piano. The weekly prima vista classes arc- 
tar to all pupils in and above fourth grade piano. 

mr No pupil will receive a certificate or diploma unless she 
has studied in this institution each of the required branches for 



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Course of Study in Piano. 
First Grade. 

Koehler, op. 249, I . II. Duvemoy, op. .;<>. Concooe, op. 44, 



,s? Hi!/-. Technical exercises. 

•Second Grade. 



Koehkr, op 249, Vol. III. Duvcrnoj . op. 120, [68. Lemohte, 
op. 37- Diabelli's and Clemcati's Sonatinas. Hera's Tech- 
nical exen i 

Third Grade. 

h's Preparatorj Studies. lklK-r, „,,,,, )5 . )7 . Czerny.op. 
137.636. Loeschhorn, op. 52. Berens, op. 61. Bertini, op, 
29,32. Schumann, op. 68. Duasek's and KuhUu's Sona- 
tmas Smaller worki of good composers. Hera's Techi 
ex« rcises. 

Fourth Grade. 

Caerny, op. 299, s,, 7 . 7)1 , Koflak's Octave Stadiea lik I 
Chopin's Waltees. Bach's Inventions, Prerudes, and 
Fugues Loeschhorn, op. 66. Bertini, op. 66. Hen op 161 
Mendelssohn's Songs without Words. Mozart's dementis 
Beethoven's, Sonatas. Doering. op. ,, , s,,,,,; 

Hen 1 rechnical Studies. Cramer'a 60 Selected Studi, 

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Court* of Study. Organ. 

Firth Gndi. 

Tausig Khrlkh's Exercises. Clementi's Gradus ad Parnassum, 
Vol. I. (Taustg). Kulbk's Octave Studies, Hk II. Bach's 
Well Tempered Clavichord. Jensen, op. 32. Seeling - Concert 
Etudes. Beethoven's, Haydn's, Schubert's, Sonatas. Cho- 
pin's Polonaises, Nocturnes. Pischna's Exercises. Selections 
from modern c o m posers, 

Sixth Grade. 

Tausig-Ehrlich's Exercises, Chopin, op. 10, 25. Bach's Suite 
Anglaise. Reinecke, op. tai, Ilk. II.. Ill Mendelssohn, 
op. 104. HaendeTs G Minor Concerto ( Reinecke Com 
of Hummel, Weber, Schumann, Field. Pieces l>\ Raff, 
Jensen, tfoszkowski, Weber, Schumann, Grieg, Liszt, Cho- 
pin. (Any of above studies may l>e omitted or ch nged at 
teacher's discretion I. 

Course 0/ Study- in Organ. 

Miss i:d.\ K. BAKTHOLOmrW. 
rtrstGnd*. 

Schneider's Pedal Studies, Hk. I., II. Easy pieces bj European 
and American composers. 

Second Grid*. 

Extempore playing begun. Accompaniments for congn (rational 

singing. 

Bach's Preludes and rogues, Vol. I.. II. 
H. k. Shelley's Ifodern Organist. 

Third Grid*. 

Extempore playing. Accompaniments for chorus and solo simj 
ing. HesdeJsaofaa's Preludes and Sonatas. Schumann's 
Fugues neber B. A. £ H. Selections from Rbdnberger. 
Pmtti, Riohter. Guilmant, Rossini, Raff, Got t nod, Schubert. 

m Fourth Grade. 

Thomas Etudes Bach'* Masterpieces. Eddy, Church andCon- 
cert Organist. Conceit pieces from Buck, Wagner, Scba- 
■foa, Gortiaant, Flagler, Sonatas of Rheinberger, Lemmens, 

Ritter. 

Violin. Guitar. Mandolin and Banjo. 

C I.. SMITH, miss DAVKNPOftT 

1 he coarse of study i„ violin consists of scales finger e«r- 
*«•«««* b*wint .etc.; Kenning',, Fesaendens and Schnbert'i 



Course of Study. Sight Sinning Voire 

Sadies: ensemble playing with piano and comet; solos, duets, 
from Ix-st comjxwers. Pupil-, furnish their own instrument. 
Sight Singing. 
HISSES INGRAM, DAVENPORT, IKVIV 

This l- a prominent feature of the institution. Every pupil 
ite department has the advantage of a thorough 
coarse in vocal music, enabling her, without the aid of an in 
(rumen t, to sing ordinary music at sight. Pupils taking this 

-• in sight singing make more rapid and intelligent progress 

ice culture as well as in instrumental music. \\Y believe that 
pupils |K)ssessing the powei of speech and an appreciation of 
Bdody n:av learn to sing ordinary mask intelligently. The aim 
tf this department is to develop among our pupils a musical taste 

Lality. Sight singing, fundamental principles, glees, church 
choruses, as well as harmony, are taught dailv excel* 

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Course of Study in Sight Singing. 
First Gradt, 

Second Reader i Educational Music Course 
Notation Major scales. Ear training. 

1 'rills i n intervals. Musical dictation. 

Two pan singing. Selected glees, 

Second Grade. 

Third Reader Educational Music Course). 
Major and Minor Scales. Accidentals. 
Modulation. Musical Dictation. 
Three part singing. Selected glees and choruses 

Third Gradp. 

Fourth Reader (Education Music Course 

Choruses selected from standard operas and oratorios. 

Church inus.il p\ llir |, art singing. 

Voice Culture. 

MK. AMI MkS ALU YN SMITH 

Since correct breathing is the basis of good tone as well -,s 
Ptood health, breathing exercises are given throughout the 

jourse. \oise and ■■forced" tones do not constitute singing 
r*pUsdotiot learn, parrot like, a few songs, the musical thought 



Court* of Jitudy Voice. 

of which neither pupil norteacher comprehends; but their ■ 
an- properly trained and developed. Instruction is given in 
vocal physiology, tone production, true musical conception, and 
orthoepy as related to ^uk'hk ri ~- well aa speaking. This 
course fits pupils for solo singing in concert and church, and for 
teaching voice culture properly. At the discretion of the teacher 
pupils are allowed t<> mu^ in public, female quartets are organ- 
ized and drilled when voices are found, adapted u> such work. 

Pupils completing tin- first year in sight-singing and musi- 
cal history, fourth grade in theory and voice culture, wilt receive 
a certificate in voice culture. Those completing tin.- course in 
sinlit singing, musical history, voice culture and fifth grade in 
theory, will receive a diploma in voice cultun 

MP*No pupil will receive a certificate <>r diploma unless she 
has studied in this institution each ol tin- required branches at 
'tit- year. 



Course of Study in Voice Culture. 

First Grade. 

Technical exercises adapted to pupil. 

Concooe's 5.. Lessons. Bonaldi's Exercises. 

Second Grade. 

tthimj and technical exercises. 
M a rchcri , op. 1. Bordogni's 24 Vocalises. 
Simple solos. 

Third Grade. 

Breathing and technical exercises. 

CorKone's »5 Lessons. Vaccais Italian Method. Morchesi, 
1 j. 

Italian pronunciation and grammar. Selected songs. 

Fourth Grade. 

Breathing and technical exercises. 

Harchesi, op, «. Panofka, op. m. 

Arias, selections from oratorio concert ringing. En 

Italian and German SOUgH. 



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Art Department. 
Fifth Grade. 

Breathing nd technical exercises. Preparatorj exercises 
: trill. 
Bordogni'a 36 Vocalises. 

Concert inging. Study of aria, recitative and cavatina. 
< rperatic selections in English, Italian and ( German. 



Art Department. 

KS. CLIFFORD 1.. smith. A. 1!.. Miss NKTSIB w MOSRIU \ B. 

Artists dt abilitj tnd experience are in charge of this depart 

tut. Much work is done from nature and objects, and free- 

d rawing j> required. Pupils are taught not mere copying, 

in art, hence their work has a life in it often wanting where 

olored prints are used. The studio is fitted up with casta, 

etc. There will be models to pose in the Head and 

li Classes. This department offers unsurpassed advantages 

md crayon portraiture. The Art Hall is commodious, well 

Wiu-.i. and admirably adapted to its u v >. 

Painting and Drawing in every medium are taught, includ 

tors, pastel, water colors and china painting; drawing 

larcoal, crayon, pencil, and pen and ink Outdoor sketch 

will Ix: arranged for fall and spring study. No charge for 

•etch class and outdoor sketch class to pupils in the othei classes. 



Course of Study in Art Department. 

■*■( Antique 1. am Drawina , " »" '■ i 

i,,, vmi , , . ,. (SUtl l.ili- I 

I LISTING CUUM8* . , ,■-,„.,.'„. 1. ,v. 

ihose completing the course in drawing and painting will receive 

l.i'M A. 



Calendar for 1902-1903. 



SiaTi-.MiiKK 17. 1902. -Pall Term Opens. 
Decembsi i". 1902. Winter Term Begins. 
March 11, 1903 Spring Term Begins. 
Jim-. 3 191 \ Coramencenu nt Dai , 



Cou f« of 8t udy - Voice. 

of which neither pupil nor teacher comprehends; but their \ 
are properly trained and developed. Instruction is given in 
rocal physiology, tone production, true musical conceptioi 
orthoepy as related to singing as well as speaking. This 
course fits pupils for solo singing in concert and church, and for 

teaching voice culture properly. At tlu-di-iTetii.il of the teacher 

pupils are allowed to sing in public Female quartets are organ- 
bed and drilled when voices are found, adapted to such work. 

Pupita completing the first year in sight singing and musi 
cal history, fourth grade in theory and voice culture, will receive 
a CKRTii'ic'ATK in voice culture. Those completing the course in 
right singing, musical history, voice culture and fifth grade in 

theory, will receive a DIPLOMA in voiee culture. 

ItaTXo pupil will receive a certificate or diploma unless die 
has studied in this institution each ol the required branches at 
least one year. 



Course of Study in Voice Culture. 

First Grade. 

Technical exercises adapted to pupil. 
Concone's 50 Lessons. Bonaldi's Exercises. 

Second Grade. 

Breathing and technical exercit 

Marche-i. op. i. Bordogni'a 24 Vocalises. 

Simple solos. 

TKlrd Grade. 

Breathing and technical exercises. 

Concone's 25 Lessons. Vaccai's Italian Method. Morchesi, 

op. 15. 

Italian pronunciation and grammar. Selected son] 

Fourth Grade. 

Breathing and technical exerdses. 
Marchesi. op. 21. Panofka, op. It. 
Arias, selections from oratorio, concert singing. English, 
Italian and German songs. 

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Art Department. 
Fifth Grade. 

Breathing and technical exercises. Preparatory exeri 

for trill. 

Bordogui's \6 Vocalises. 

ert singing. Study of aria, recitative and cavatina. 
(>|n atic selections in English, Italian and German. 



Art Department. 
|H CLIFFORD I.. SMITH, A. !'... MISS WRTSIE W. MORRILL, A. B. 

Artists of ability and experience are in charge of this deparl 
uiciit . Much work is done from nature and objects, and free- 
bid drawing is required. Pupils are taught no! mere copying. 
but true art, hence their work has a life in it often wanting where 

Jored prints arc- used. The studio ia fitted tip with i 
todies, etc. There will be models to pose in the Head ami 
(ketch Classes, This department offers unsurpassed advanl 
pot] .Hid crayon portraiture. The Art Hall i- commodious, well 
•fitted, and admirably adapted t<> its uses, 

Painting and Drawing in every medium are taught, includ 
Rf oil colors, pastel, water colors and china painting; drawing 
■ charcoal, crayon, pencil, and pen and ink. Outdoor sketch 
Ins will in- arranged for till and spring study*. No charge for 
letch <.',. iss and outdoor ^krtch class to pupils in the other classes. 



Course of Study in Art Department. 

DRAWING CI ISftKSj \, „;,,,„ c«»t Drawing r""'"-""" 
PAINTING CLAHttl ' I « ■ ■ ■ irs •» . ;,. h . l.i»- 

- completing tin.- course in drawing and painting will receive 

l.ii.MA. 



Calendar for 1902-1903. 

September 17. 1902. Fall Term Opens 
December 10, 1901. Winter Term Begins, 
March 11, 1903 Spring Term Begins, 
Jim.,;, 1903. Commencement D 

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Expenses. 

Expenses. 
Rates Per Scholastic Year. 

Literary Department. 

\ Kail term 



Grades and Academic I)c|urtnuut 

( Spring term 

\ Fall Term 

Collegiate classes 

( Spring term M " 

Diploma ( literary or music ) 5° 

Certificate in music or Elocution 

Certificate in literary departments.... - ■ 

Sight singing and free hand drawing in class fre 

Music Department. 

Instruction in piano or organ 

Voice culture 50 < 

Harmony in class . . 10 < 

Violin, guitar, banjo or mandolin. .. 40 1 
I'm- of piano one hour to one and a half hours per day 

Use of piano each additional hour per day 50 

Use nt' piano to pupils in double music, two hours daily u 1 i 

Use of pipe organ 1 including hire of organ blower 30 1 

Theory, Musical History, t<> music pupils pkb 

Art Department. 

Drawing 1 pencil, charcoal or crayon 1 v 1 • 

Crayon, portraiture, pastel or china painting 4" 1 

< *il painting 

Special Studies. 

Special elocution 1 single pupil) 

Elocution 1 in daw) . . . 10 1 

Special harmony 

Board, laundry, lights, and fuel 150 

Hoard, laundry and literarj tuition 

Library fee 

Fee for physics or chemistr) 

Pee for zoology, hot my, or geology 



1 1 
s 1 



Stipulations Book., Sheet Muiic, Etc. 

Pupils desiring to take music, art, orapecial studies in ad 
" ■" the l.ttrary course, can find out cost of same by adding 
rates as sjiecified on preceding page. 

■Stipulations. 

All the above charges foi board and tuition are required to 
>«l <>r satisfactorily secured, one-third cash, one third Decern- 
'.«n*-th.rd March n. New pupibi are charged from the 
» trance to the close of term. Former pupils, returning 
t'e tern, has opened, are charged tuition for the whole 
^<f earned on with the same claaa. x„ deduction will be 
for absence during the UKST TWO or the last tukkk 
ks of the session. No refunding of money paid for board or 
« unless serious illness compels the pupil to be absent two 
•re successive weeks. No charge for literary tuition is made 
slaughters of clergymen living by thr ministry W, 
^"f dues to be settled beiore class distinctions, diplomas, 
ificati is are granted. 

Books. Sheet Music. Etc. 

|ooks. sheet music, stationery and art materials .re 
JthesTart^^ 

Terms end Vecetion. 

^e collegiate year is one continuous session beginhi, the 
|W,l,,.,.,v „, September and ending the first Tuesday 



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Cenaral Information. 



General Information. 

Location. 

LAGRANGE is seventy-one miles southwest <>; Atlanl 
the Atlanta & West Point and the Macon & Birmingham 
railroad-. It is located upon a high rolling country, abo\'e the 
Pine Mountain range. 

H»>lthfuln«». 

The elevated, undulating nature of the surrounding countrj 
causes a natural drainage; hence thru is no sickness arising 
from malaria, and the climate i> not subjected to extremes. 

Situation. 

The college occupies a magnificent site, eight hun ' 
above sea level. College Hill is one hundred and five feet ' 
er than tin.- railroad depot, affording a commanding view of stir- 
ronading country. Being situated one-half mik from business 
center of town, the College affords a quiet retreat, where teach- 
ers ami pupils board together and constitute one famih . Thi 
grounds are nine acres in extent. 

The Building's. 

The main buildings are the C rtlege and College Hour-. In 
is v>. the property was sold to the North Georgia Conference foe 
and many improvements have since been made A 
large well on the premises and the city water works furnish 
abundant supply of water. flu- College and College Home arc 
lighted with the beat Edison electric lights. 

The Collage is built of brick and granite, and covered with 
tin. making it lire proof. It a 60 by tao feet, two stories birf 
at one end and three at the other. The firal floor contains 
tauon room., and is divided by wide halls crossing each other at 
theeenter. thereby affording perfect ventilation. I >n the secod 
floor are located the chapel and rooms admirably suited for in- 
-tnu-t.on and practice. Musk rooms occupy third Oood 

rhe Collage Chapel has a seating capacity of 80 perso«| 






Loan Fund. Library. Etc 

■m .uitii'iillv lighted by large windows and lias five entrances. 

College Homk is located one hundred feet west oi the 

ire. From the roof of this building water flows t" all points 

c(nu)i i->. 'Pin- home c >ntaius Home Chapel, gymnasium, 

< and rtx)ins for "in- hundred anil twenty-five boarders 

Bach ston has .1 hall running the entire length of the building. 

Ik second floor is reached by three stairways. The mum-, 

open into three wide halls receiving aii 

nd sunshine from without These rooms are thorough!) 

untainted, having open grates, windowswith weights, and doors 

reversible transoms. With our superior hygenic arrange- 

- it is nut strange that College Home haa had. for the past 

years, .1 health record unsurpassed in the South. 

Improvements. 

During the present summer valuable improvements to build- 

nid equipments will be made. Hath rooms and water closets 
mil be pi need on every floor of the College Home, rooms for 
holding two girls will be increased, the College building will be 

r equipped for work, and many other improvements oi value 
ami convenience will be added, making this institution one oi the 
kest equipped in the stat< 

Laura Haygood-Witham Loan Fund. 

Mi. W S. Witliaiu. of Atlanta. Ga.. donated $10,000 (which 
has since increased to $13,500) as a Loan Fund for dependent 
prls. During the several years in which this fund has been in 
operation mam young ladies have enjoyed its benefits, and dm- 

nch season there are more worthy applicants than can be 

1 aid. Will not several friends of education make donations 
to meet these pressing demands? 

I Circulars, giving information concerning this fund and 
couditious upon which loans are made, will be furnished upon 
application. 

Library. 

The Uibrarj contains over 2000 selected hooks suited to the 
demands of school life and general reading, and many choice 
magazines The number of hook- i- continually being increased 
(0 -nit the needs of the students. Money for fitting up a better 
leadius room and for books will be highly appreciated. 

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Instrumentalities Societies V. W. C. A. Uniform. Etc. 
Instruinpnl.iliti.-s 

The College i- being supplied with physi 
apparatus. Much will be supplied during the coming summe. 
in readiness to carrj on the laboraton work required b\ th 
vancemenl of the curriculum. Desks, maps, charts and ap 
pliancesfor Astronomy and Biology are rapidlj lieing added, 

Literary Societies. 

There IK two litcian societies, the Irenian established 
during the earl) 7o's, and the Mezzofantian, established in 1877 
Thej each meet during one afternoon of even week . and have 
exerciser! consisting of readings, recitations, deli 
criticism--, music practice in parliamentary usages, et< 

Young Women's Christian Association. 

Tin- organization, affiliated with similar organizations all 
over the United States, hokk weekl) service* on Sunday after- 
noon and is developing araoug the students a xealfoi the cause 

of religion at hotue and abroad 

Moral and Religious Advantages. 

Religious eaercises are held morning and evening ( hi Sun 
daj morning pupil are required to attend such church as their 
parents may designate. Bibk lessons are a part of their regular 
curriculum. The College is devoid of sectarianism Areligious 
atmosphere baa prevaded the College daring the past 
Nearly all the students arc members of the church 

Alumna*. 

The Alumac hold an annual meeting during coramencemenl 
torevivepast assoaation and to contribute to the pros] 
their alms mater, They with other friendshave recenth added 
new runutun- to the rooms in College Home 

Uniform. 

Forthe sake oi economy, and to prevent att) discontent 
arising iron, diaparity in da-., are have adopted a uniform Taw 
mil be worn on Sundays and on such occasions a. the Lad> 
Principal may prescribe. The uniform .Inn,.., the tail 
winter, consiating of Oxford cap and gown will 
"rmshc-d at a cost „i no. , xa ,,, m , . ,„ ^ 

""".shacksk.rtan.luaM Each pnpil must procum her ..... 
bnr wul.n. ttuee week, srfter an, has entered college, Eacl. 



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STl'DENT IN CI >LLEG1 UNIFl iRM 



Health Rf-m^hitionB Etc. 

young lady should have a blade skirt, waist and tie to wear with 
({own. Foreverydaj wear im uniform in required, hut parents 
ted to dress taetr daughters plainly, Bad to famish 
them with cornel waist* instead of corsets. Pupils mast weai 
imiforms during commencement except on the stage, when i 
whit< dresses must In worn. 

Health. 

A doe* mpervHctoa is exercised over the health of boarding 
pils. All caae* of sickness are required to be immediately re- 
ported to the Lad) Principal, [n cases of arrioas sickness a 
physician iscalled; the choice of physician and method of treal 
iiK-iu rents with the parent, and, if made known to President, 
will be scrupulous]; rvspected. The perfect sanitan arrange- 
ments, good water, elevated country free from malaria, and close 
superviskra over the health of boarders, have prevented serious 
sickness to a degree mnmrpassed bj am similar institution hi the 
ite. 

Dometlic Arrtn^mpnts. 

sleeping apartments of the Home are accommodated to 
fburiamates. All the rooms are carpeted and largely supplemented 
with new. attractive furniture. Beds, washstands, tames, ward- 
and chairs arc famished by the College. Bach pupil must 
furnish her own sheeta, coven, pillowcases and towels. Bach 
pupil ibould haw an umbrella a goaaamer and overshoes. 

ReguUtlont. 

Pupils mast meet their visitors only in the reception rooms. 
mafcenodebts at stews, mast pay for damage done Colli 
property, arrange rooms before having in the morning, be mat 
promptly obc) risim;. prayer, study, and school bells Tbej 
mast observe the Sabbath and attend Sunday school and church, 
IIka at. not permitted toapend the night out in town, commani- 

with young gentlemen without tin.- perananon of the Iv 
dent lean the ground* without permission, send or receive an) 
'Inn- ! ,\ means of da) pupils, visit sick or exchange rooms with 
•ot permission, borrow money, jewelry, or clothing from each 
Other, leave pianos open, or visit music and art rooms without 
permission. 



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To Patron*. 

To Patrons. 

When you entei a pupil, it i- clearh implied that you sab 
scribe to the conditions herein contained Pupih 
tu observe the rales prescribi d, and patrons should not ask us to 
permit a violation of the -;mn-. 

Discourage visits home, since such absence impairs -< 
ship and class standing. Absence of one da; each week is 
of twenty per cent. What business can sustain such a loss and 
prosper? When necessan fw pupuls to go home, patrons should 
communicate directly with the President The Presidenl reserves 
the right to refuse all requests for pupils to \ isit the cit> 01 
where during the session. Pupils should not remain aftei 
aencement, tree tr. .in College restrictions. Such a coui 
usually daauginf. Parents, considei tin interests ot your child- 
Mo sad do not allow it. The association of Collegi Home, to 
getber with the musical and literary entertainments given. 
as main social advantages .1- ?.re good for them while .it school. 
Pupils are not allowed to receive visitors, except in rare 1 
and then at the discretion of the President. 

Write your children encouraging letters It am complaints 
we Bade, write us promptly. If yotrr daughter is sick, she will 
be proper ly caned for: if seriousl) ill. you will bepromptlj notified 
The health record of the College should remove all solkatatioa 
in regard to this matter I),, not send your daughters bo* 
eatables, such as sweetm eats, cakes, etc. Most sickness ariso 
from this omae. Tiu . Um (i , l)u . Coi; ^ l . is ampIe all(] t|u . ^ 

for pupils and teachers. 

BoardersJteepmg money in their own rooms do so at their 
own risk. Money shouW , K . (k . !l(MU . ( i Wllll tht . p Tes i < i eot) v ,; ; „ 
wal then be n 

to succeed we must have prompt payments. As la 
dues are nnpaid, we, not you, are bearing the burden of vo* 
hild's education. 







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Students, 1901-1902. 



Collegiate Department. 



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Postgraduate Students. 

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Students 



Smith. Hiillie 
Smith Inez 
Smith Him 
Turner Annie 
Warliek. Clara 



Si\'h i . 

St \f lit Jl I .1 :i<lt 

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Fifth Grade 



Music Department. 



Davtapart. Eleanor. 
Davidson, C 

lrvin, l.ei.i 
smith. Alwyn M 
Ward. Metric 



Altratuiiii ■ 
ABajraa, MniTiie 
best a, Cats 

Baugh. (,-rtir 

Mssjesv Carrie 

Bowden, I,u!i! 

aasadra, Paaflae 

Brcwtcn. M,,l«l 
Brown, l.illuti | 
Brown fetarj Will 

■rant, Kaie 

Burnett Tnllulah .. 
Hursim I 
. Capjis. \u 
Charles l'leti m 
Cheek. Ik-lle 
Cheek Kinma 
Chu;.|. M 
Clark. Canal I.e. 

•■eland. May 1*11 

Colton, I.'iik 
f*alHl, I'leanur 
I>nlli- boajac 
IHmit-l Vassal 

i aacal haa* 
Daaaaacj Sranaaaa \ 
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Irtllai.l |. 

liunwn Ahiih Baaj 
i>uns.n I -'li.n-ni < 

Baaaoa Uaaac 

Kills. I.ncile 
Krwin. \|. : . 
I ' am, Bruit 
r'ieider. Unix me 
lr<-rinan I.n, •_, r 
tlaffney. Nellie 
Bag, Mary 
Mis /„.„ |, 
Griffin. Kl.a 



Postgraduate Students. 

V- SCI ^ llltle: Jioin! 
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I 

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Undergraduate Students. 



1'i.iini 

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Voice 

Haas 

Haas, 
Haao, 

Mbao, 
Haao, 

i'i, 

Haaa, 

Ptaaa 

<.lllt.il 
l'luil" 

Haaa 

I'l.llll 

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Haas 

I'I. III'. 

Haao 

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1'ian.i 

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Il.i! , Mil-; 

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Piano rii. • • i - - 

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Piano Theor- - I 

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Piano rin r) LI 

l'l:. II. . VoiO) Til. ■ \ - - 

Theory, ■ I 

I'i. .ii'. Hal mom . 8 K 
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Voice Clllllllr 

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Students 

Willi.l.l-. Minnu-C P'-"'" X '"" «•• 8 fi 

W,-' D '''•" ~ " 

«,. Rubj ''•■"" "" "H s " * 

|».rd.A<Wic "'• Mi " '"-' 

Wvnn Kin. ;l ""« "'- 1 



Art Department. 

ii„»,i. ii i'.i.iiiii. 

Hiiin.ii. I'ai'.iii.ih >yo" ow 

ciiiu.n VMaa r°"- '"' w 

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n,,i!,^ i Ma Painting. 

llrlii;«-v Knir.liii. A II China Matinf 

OaaMa, ml In *■ '"'" Painting 

'Kill 

China Painting 
CMaa I'.iim 
Chin* P nting 

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Smith Villi. "'■ I'' 11 in. I I ill. ' 

iheth .Crayon, ml Painting 
Turner. BSaacaC von. IVn . .11. 1 Ink tt.it 

I liinmir China Painting 

Vi'hitt s.irah China tail 






Summitry. 



Summary 



Post graduate Students . i', 

Senior Class Graduates onh . ... 14 

Undergraduate Students in College -2 

Special students not included abovi 24 

Sob Collegiate Students . ...65 

Total (no jmj >i! counted twu (86 

Bookkeeping .... .... , .... 10 

Ution i,, 

w I (rawing .... .0*, 

- Sight singing . 1 53 

- Penmanship .... .78 

Physical Culture ..105 

Mi sic Department: — 

Piano .... s u 

Pipe ( rTgan .1 

Stringed Instruments . j 

Voice Culture 47 

Musical History .... 23 

Harmony . . . 4i 

Theory .... H2 

Total 111 Mn^ic- Dept. (no one counted twice . . 

Akt DKPAJtTXKNT: — 

< »il Painting .... .6 

Water Color. .... 4 

Crayon Drawing .... . . m 

Pen iii<l Ink ... . . .7 

China Painting 



B<> \ki>i:ks 
Loc \i. Pupils 



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Total in Art Dept (no pupil counted twice) ... 2K 



101 

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37 



Alumnae. 



PLEASE inform u- concerning marriages, deaths. omitted 
almiiiKi. 01 anj errors in the names below. Information 
ceming addresses, occupation, etc., will be thankfully received. 
If married, state husband's name, title and address. Send 11^ 
catalogues issued prior to 1886. Deceased alumna? are indicated 

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I846. 



M * ■ : 'i Si N 




M <.• HI . . s 1 HI 


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1847. 






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M 


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OptM 1 \ (lull 


M 


1 W« tea 


StIMIIl 1 I' 1 ' -'.< \ 


M 


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M " \ A Saunders 







MUHKN NAMI M\kHII I.MM1 

Eliaabeth I, liuik* 

N H Cameron Mr- Swanaon* 



Adelaide K Biffhani* 
Sarah 11 Co Mn \. »i m 

Tabitha l. Mill Mn Ho» 

Martha K Hill Mr* Pi tt»« 

Rebecca v Marahalr* 

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Mima Broofhtofl Mn MontRunwn Praaceal '.■■ 

Bliaa ) Bryan Mn Martin h I KiiW 

Aiiiinnih.i C. Cameron Mn Gittaon ;i n g 

►•arah Clayton Mn leti • ,,„ , , w j, 

latharineP Doiiei Mm Willi. ,heth Parham 
Jane t-. Gilbert Mn 

I849. 

Jowphine H \km Mi. |-.,i,ii„. Mary !■ Gi 

. C Biaham M,-. William* Stiaa'n \ \i., M. » 

Henrietta Broome* \ llllV N) , 

Nophi ..11., > Campbell Mn i- Vl leII 

"■""■"■ " 1 'Ppell Mr. Matthew. Jn, i Yitt" 

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\1 rarel \ i'i't.,„ m Mr« Ni h< M 

M.M V .•,!>;, '" JJ: «■;'•"»»»•' n* .1.- Bank, 

s.,1,1, C rigia m ; /' ':' ,u " Minaot, Mi-. N, 

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1851 

Marj C All..nl Mr- H ., .. . 

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1 '".i Colquitt 
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Mrah M Barnei 

lqilill 
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Mm ii. in. a,,,, «, ij 
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Mm Meana* R< bccca \ Rutledge 
Mm '■"'. louana Sharp 
Mm Hampton Cattw rine B nicer 
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Mi- sniitli 
Ml. Pottn* 
Mra Heard 


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Mra Martin 
Mis Ueonard* 
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Marj Whitfield 




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Mi- (.mi] 

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Mil k 

Ml-- '111 1 J'ltt- 

Sarah 1 Rekl 


Mt- Ami. ...in 

Mi- Kiinhali 

Ml- S 

Mra Ward 

Mi - Craven 
Mi- Smil li 
Mra Benni u 


Suaan sk. 1 n 
S irah 1 1 Smith 
Sarah 1 Stembt 

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Mr- Mattel 
Mra n 

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Mi- 

Mi- lli.iilli. I.| 

Mrs 

Mra Pearaon 

Mi- Maim. 

Mra <..i\ 
Mi- Boyd 



Mi- s. .111, 

Mra Allen 

Mi- Grant 

mi- Willaoa* 
Mi- Herring 
Mi- Carry 



Mra Young 



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Mi- Kitnht 



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Judge 

knliv« 



Mm Tbompaon 
Mm Herring 
Mm Smith 

Hm k, nwi( k 



Camilla P Mi adorn 

. 1 \ Minn 
Blanch Morg m 
M;, iv i- Kedwim 
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Kate 1 s, 11. , k 
Rlim 11 sin |,h. hi 
Marj 1 Hteagmll 
Suaan 1 Took) * 
Rmtna I Tin k. i 
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Nancy C Mill 
Harriet n Upacotnb 
Martha P McKemii 
\,iii • 11 Mi adowa 
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M:il\ A V m.ll 

Rebecca o Pow« II 
Sophia 1. Saundem 
Prano - 1 1 , nnlaon 

M u\ i IMit 
Phllo Ware 



Mr. Kaacll 
Mrs joavnaoa 

Mr- I..M : . 
Mi. Bdmondaon* 
Morgan 

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Mr. 
Mr. 



Mra. Davidaon 



Mi. Morgan 
Mis Kirby* 
Mis Craven 

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Mr. ll\ iiiih, 
Mr. Win,, rape, 



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Mi- Heard 
Mr* Mallon 



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Klizabi 1I1 Smith 
Anna st. aj 
Mai \ I stiii.,,,, 
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Martha Took* 
1 .null. \ ward 



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Mr- Maybcrry 



Mt- Clark 

Mm 

Mi- rfaraei 

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Hn Park* 


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1859. 



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Claude V Cull. ,11 
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iit-lia Forhen 
Auguati M Hill 
Kauuic Jetei 

M I-.uuiu lulilis u 
K. A Johns, 11 

Mute s. i.a 

M. I.ann 



Mi- Kdmoiidfton 



Mi- Akiis 

Mi- Kdwardi* 

Mis Dixon 

Mi- \\ '..!t, mine 

Mi- rhorapaaai* 

Mr- M,l.,,» 

Mis Maddox 



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Mm M< I ..ilm 

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Mis II ,1,1111 11. 1 

Ml , Ulm 11 

Mi- Ml 

Mr* !'■ nham* 

Mis shoiler 



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1.. nipi.i a fiir.l \ii- Craig 

Julia c DohiDnon Mm Witti t* 
gt A nmughluu Mis Havi s 



I 1.I1 II . 

Ki l.i M Cunningham 

I'l.iu.i- M 1 1 

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Mr- I 1. 1.1- 

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Mi- !...»■ 

Mi - 'I'm 111 r 

Mi- Hill-. 

Mi- Harwell 

Mi- kin.lii.k 



Nihil M 1 m-lrv 

Krtlm 

Klleu R Pattiita 

I 1 Phillips 
I. C Pullen 

':, I Ki wi 
Genii ki.ni 
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Mrs ilitutm nit* 

M 1 . ; . . 

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Mls M 

Mi- Wan 

Mi - Cann i.,ii" 

Mi- m. Donald 

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Mr- Bryant 



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M.lllH 

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1 c'.ilmei 
Uxxle. Godwin 

Ji unit- i..K,,i W iii 

M..H A Iliivni s 

Kill 

■ 1 Hodnett 
Mm 11 \. Kaajg 



Mt- Cotton 

Mi- B 

Mrs Book ban 



Mr- Ward 

Mis ICiviiIs. .u« 



IS62. 
Baltic II. mi II 

\ KlUL'lU 

■allfa A Lull. 
Inua l,\..n 

l I' M.i.ih, .- 

K.iie o, Merrill 
M..r v Mi >"' 
I. nO N'ral 

1 ll 1 1, . In, 11- 

v 'i.ii.i 11 Packard 
I Pitta 

M.illi. H I'ltl- 
M.,1111 11 1 
M.,lli. White 
M.ilti. I- U'liiilnsli 



Mr- II. nil \ 

— L_ 

Ml- « 






Ml- I 

Mr M.u-h.ill 
Mm Mam- 
Mr- Wright 

Mm. Abraham* 



4(1 



Alumnr 



miin s mmi 
A.lilir Hull 
Hatlie E i :<l!.n\.,\< 
l.irzte I.rslii 
Sallir Leslie 
MaltieMatsli.ill 



I 86l 



M I K K I I 11 KAMI 

Mra Tomlinaoti 



Mr- 11. 

Mra Turnei 



M IKK II 11 \ v\| 1 
Mrs Iri-.ni.ui 



M > 1 I ■ 1 N KAMI 

Annie Martin 
McCain 

'" 'Mim- I» Mon hi... I Mr, ■*■« 
Anna I'iiiii,-i 



Bin Ak, r» 
Dla Broughtou 
Ma Mm k 
Mary Cunningham 



Mrs ll.i,,',„ 
Mr- ll.n» 



I864. 



I M«r> 1 i nr tt i K )it 

I .111111 Hall 

'■V.lls 

I nun.- I'nl ]f it 



Mis Haaseatraw 
Mrs Caudle 

Mis Ninitli 
Mrs Amis 



Katr Brail 
Alice Bryant 



Mrs ll.irna.lv 
Mi- I illls " 



1865. 

A. hs.ih Ma, 1, |, 1X 



Mis pace 



Jaiiir Barber 
Nannie Callaway 



Battle Strut!,, r 



Mrs Tnnii 
Mrs WyliH 



1871. 



l.ula Cnlberaon 
Marj Mill 



I872. 



Mrs IlarksilaU- 



Mrs McCoy 
Mrs. Picklln 



WheCotti i 
Awiac. Curtwricht 
l-"'ne I'itman 



Mrs. kr.\.-, 
Mrs McClure 

Mrs Truitt* 



I873. 



wiiiu- pitman 
Mollic 1. Poytkrcai 



Mrs ItradfieM 
Mis Barnard* 



Karian Baaa 
oon Bovkiii 

Hrlle Kv.u.s 
■allic i...„ Haralaon 



Mis M,,fTt-tl 

Mi- s,. : ,| s « 



I874. 



J I.uln Ward 
Manic Whitaki 1 

Addle u Wjiniiish 



Mis Poult 
Mrs. Anthony 



AMora <i.-iiil,|i,, K 



■wyAlford 

WiaOinnaliv 

aaahCrnaarfue 



'S76. 
Mis rboanaaaaa Jcaafa McPail 



Mrs n,, K> , 
Mrs. H,, s ^. r 
Mrs v 



•«77- 



Emma Palmei 

*. iixliss., kii barda 



Mrs WarHck 



Mrs Will, ams« 

Mi- Cenaalt) 



Uan> i iH „ Kll 

*".»■'■■ Bovkin 
Wttpt in,,,,. 



Brigs M * ijs?srj "«••>■•■ 



Mis pari 

Mis simiiiuiis 



**& Traylur 



fcjJJM Aikins,,,, 

?"»'' Dowman 
■*Do»man 



•Mrs, Northen 



i«79- 



1 •• 11 ni*- Whit* 

"•allir Will,.,,,,, 



1880. 



Mi-s nary to China 
Mrs. Zclfara 
Mi- /iiiK-r 



Ida Ue Klin, iv 
Haitu Man. II,, 
Myrtle McParlin 

l-.llllll.l Ml)* 



4' 



Mis clay 
Mi- Rti.l 



Mrs rrailllnill 
Mis Kearle 
Mrs kusM-ll 
Mis Walker 



Alumnrr. 



i ssi . 



m inn- n »*m 
i.nl.i a Brannon 


M 1 K « 1 1 1 1 NAM 1 

Mi- Knapp 


Miiln Bnrna 

l-'ll.i 1. On— il'i' 


Mi n.ik.-t 


Main. 1 Inner 
Myrth Rati - 

i. t Mabry 


Mi- Mmttn 
Mi- Brook* 



M \ M'l N KAMI 

Auyn-i a \ aiuzh.m 
l-'.tia I'auKh in 
l.nla \v ..Ik" i 
Uoulii V/aikin* 

K w hitaki 



M ill M II II N VM I 

\li» Maltlii «- 

Mi- lit/|...m.k 

Mm « 

Mi- ' 

Mi- Mattrw «- 



1 882. 



Alter K M"v in 
l.ilv Howard 
Ida Palmer 
Mollte K tHipc 



Hrltn Baldwin 
Carrie D Ballard 

Allllii' llrailli v 

\i.i\ Candlei 
■ndler 
Geoevra Gbolaon 
Carobel llti.lt 



Mi- M.l.nlin 
Mi- McDonald 

Ml- Ualkil 



M ,■ v i itm 
It, ith i Walki i 
In i" w n'l 



I883. 



Mrs Raaaei 

Mra • 

Mi- Win. h 

Mi- Cantrctl 
Mi- Calhmin 



M.lll.l. ll'.Hll! 

1. 11 1 11 Park* 

K. Mil 

I ill. Thompaoi 

|;.llt. Wa.l-W.illh 

i.ilai.ti. \ .una 



\l 
\1 : 



I 111I1. 



Mi- llruok 

Mi- 1 • ilm-011 

Mi- 1 I 

Mi- -until 

Mi- Irvine 

M- \l 



Ht'iilnh II Arnold 
Klli 11 8 Rarrj 
Mum i I Hi... .111. 

Man 1. Ki-' ill 



I884. 



Mi- Pringte 

Mr- Cat 

Mr- < .Ir-llnm 
Mr- Alkiii- 11 



Eugenia \ -.imni- 

M.lltll' Speai - 

A n Waoaworth 

Mai\ I.1//11 



Mi- Redwiiu 
Mi- Wlckci 

Mi - ■ ■ 



\l 



-.1. 



II- 



l'auli i>< K Arnold 

J. II. --It 11.1111. t! 

Krum.i F. Billiard 
Katie li Coopri 

A KU11I lol 1 
Daiay Kn'fthl 



Mis W unlit 

M , , 



Mi- Cttluepper 

Ml- I'n.kilt 



I885. 



I.nlln I 1.. ul- 

1 1I1. 1 . \ Mai v 
Halite Mai Mbi 11 111 

Mollii 1 -ainni- 

Innii K « 



Mi- Aberi i.iiiIik i'ii-i.i Wrighli 



Mi- II 11 n- 

Mi- 1.111- • 

Mi- |ohitrtoii 

Ml- Win. I 

Mi- Klml>ronjrli 

Mm Thomaaon 



1886. 



Kmma Barn ttt 
Willie llnin-t 
Man 1. mi luii-iivi 
1.1//H 1. in. 1 

I.111 \ I I'.V.IIl- 

Beaaie Jackaon 
Mattie Magrudcr 
Willi. Mill. 1 
Mari Kinh Miv 11 



Ml. 


111:., k 


Mi- 


ll ivii -' 


Mi - 


link. 


Mm 


ll.ihk- 


Mi- 


ll.iv.l 


Mr. 


Amnion 


Mr- 


Cook 


Mr- 


li,.i.'..- 



feaaie Pitman ' 
ili-llr Pow 
i.i in. hi Poei 
Ida B Bntitti 

Ni in Smith 

lliliiiil. Tiiinl.l. 

l-;:i.i Walker* 
Minnie Wan ' 



Mi- Milt"'! 

Mi- I. am. 1" 

Mi- Raj 

Mi- li 

Mi- J-.llli-.il 

Mra u 'oodvard 






ri Burnetii 
Gleam Camp 

tank I, 1 ole 

J Win. hi., i ,.i|. 1 
l.m \ A Heard 

Bertha V lli-nrv 
Ruaic II Jain ■'.'. 
R. May John 
Blanche McParlin 
Maude M. I arlm 



Mi- Carpenter 

Mi- Wofl 

Mi- [one** 
Mi- Tnomaa 

Mi- Harmon 

Ml- 1 .alTlliv 

Mi- White 



• I. M. 111. 
A in \ M"-- 
l.illian 11 Knlcllll. .111 
M.iiti 1 -.1111M1 
Man K Htrosief 
liiiiinii I.. .11 l'li.nii|.-. 

■I. s. I ompkin* 
v i- 11. \ Willi 'iii- 
A mm W il- -li 
I 11 a Will-.'' 



Ml - Mi Ml Kir 



Ml- liaiv • 
Ml- II. lllllll 



Mi- r 



Mi- Wi 



l.iz/u I Am. , ni-: 
■ Beckham 
i.'.n <'.. Camp 
M Jennie Cooper 
Panaie Covin 
Minnie I. Crawford 






Mi- >. hwi 1 
Mi- Brannon 

Vl- Mai iv 
Mr- Shirali 

I. nkills' 



I'. mm. Hi t Join - 
li-. il. I...ni;'iii.. 
\iini. M M 

Miiini. Moore 
> l.iz/u I'.uk- 

■ M.ni'l- \l 



Mi- ninlliali 

Mi- -o.lt* 

M 1 - 

Mi- lk-tl. rtoii 

Mi- l)i in 



I- 



\ \\u 


\l tKH II li N \ Ml 




Mi- 


Maddux 






Trillin 


tits* 1 ' 


ni - 


llmiffi. Id 


ilwkV, 


Ml - 


I'lltM- 


Ckrrrll 


Mi - 


M< i li nnj 


| ,,-tmi 




I w \ m mi 

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L H th.unl.li-* 




1 Ol 
W< !• \ 


■ . |,H«* 














Mr* 


M i\u, 11 




\li- 


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Mt- 


-.until 




Mi- 


l.loyd 








II mi, 1 






liiliti 


M 


l mi. i.l. 


mi. Ail 


Mr* 


I S, 
Mill In II 


. n 1 ! \ 


Mi- 


1 n 




ni i- 


\\ ilk, ■ 




Mi- 


Pnlhill 




Hra 


Mori i- 


. 111- 


Mr- 


Kilr> 


ravcs 


Mis 


Mlinii h 


ll M U k 


Mr* 


i llldl 














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MAIIIKN N \ \I I MARptlHI) NAM 1 
l.illt, Sullivan 

\ I...1- Tirn. i Mi- Wilcol 

,| \ .hi /.in. It ! Mi- SCotl 

Knl.v n 1 . Mi- Seal 

I', ,nl Willi! Ml- II.iiiii - 

L.ilii. \ Withrrapoon Mr- |ohnaon 



1 iinii.l. 



1 l.illian Mi 

lull 1 r M..11I. 
li.m. n Parkci 
Julia 1 Ki.il. \ 

-. pi. Snephrrdl 
I- Mai -.miiiiIiiU 
r.iMiiu r* .1-1. \ 

k..'< Tntitl 

Millllil II Wilkin-iinl 



K nt li I Mar-th 

M;imn I M.i .ill. t 

Ada Mi Uatwhliii 

\1111. 1. Konertaon 
s, Col 111111 Simi il 

M 1 Had) - -.1111*' 

v 1.11. 1 I. Mllitll 

Mintiii I. Siuiihi 

1 11.. t Spi 1 ■ 

ConnH V Stovallf 
Willinghanil 

M I 111111. 1 WflfM .11 



Ml- Ki . • - 

Mi- Davenport 

Mi- Willi II 

Mi- 1 

Mi- n.iii In i win 

Mi- Voting 

Mi-. Tai urn 



Mi- I.11 
Mi- loorl 



Ml- I'l.ll.ll !> 
Mis 11.11 
Mi- W.ll 



M i I'm iiij-i . .1 



I89I. 



B M imold 
8 Ukiiww ' 
>'■■ G nrniKli.inip 

.-111- 
- .in 

■ n»-lii 11 

VIl«- II. 






\li- l.\l, - 

.li - In. k- 
Mi- Plan 

Ml- 

Mi- Wooding 

Mm 1 . in 
Mi- ll.i%' 



Ml- I irl. I- 
i \lkni-..ti M .it. It 



II. 11,. 1 • II, .mi Mi- M.l ■ 

>. Walton H..IH11-I1, ail! Mi- K . -t-i. 

M.'ittn l: J I111- Mi - Inlku.l 

\i lanna 11 l.i-lt - \li - Mint - 

1 Montana l,iU - Mi - mhiiiiiiI 

I'i in 1 l.'.nj; Mi- smilli 
l.imt I.. .11 M.l .it lin 

I :■!. 11. . Smith Mi - Atom 

l,t//u- Tin Ittri M i - i ..tit 

M;illli 1- W.ll,. .11 

l,t il.t U inn: m,- Milk 1 

t Smith Minnie I.. -smith Mnltii I Walrull 



I89; 



•*! I 
■*V. II 

In,.-.' 

»»' Hum 



M11-1, , .t 



Mi- Ki, li.n.|-,,n 

Mi- "-until 

Mi- Khrnck 

Mi - -um- 

Ml - Avyri -1 
Ml 

Mi - I ..iiilui. 

Mi- M.i- u" 

Ml - l.iiul, 1 

- , N I,, ,v, - 



I 11.1 k Johnson 

I I. Hit ,11 M. I,.iui;lllltl 

1.1//1, v Mrrrttt* 
Jtliiii, M I'm h.iin I 

■H 'JUllll.lll 

H..-.1 Sharu 
|. inn, Smith 

I ilitli.i -1 

II nni 11 1. --11 . 

|..| 11 -t I. Ml. ./I, 1 

Inliit I'u 

1 s. 111. Ward 

I-. lull Wi -1 

M l,..in-, Wmilu-li 

M.,t\ \\ . M.l, 111 

\l in 1. I' nk i lain 1. 



•wBiii-hi 

Htm 






irtli 11 

Ml- l.i 111- 



\i.,n / i...th mi ; 

Man I 1.1I, - 

M I. III. I l...\ <!;,,» 

l.l/zi, - I ' 



\li- |oni - 
Mi- !■'.//. ml 

Mi- IUmii- 



Mi- 111 1, h 

Ml- Mi,- 
smith 



Mi- Ccw 

Mi- Si 

Mi~ II 



n 



Alumnae. 



MAIDEN NAM! 

Blonde 11 Cappi 

t'.ene M. Cnvin 
Met* V Pte klM O B 

Ledra Kdraondaoiit 
Ruth Bvfiaaf 
M K.lua Eergiiaou 
Fannie Hnrrcll 
Mavmie C Hcndrixr 
Annie Gertrude Henry* 
I)nllv Hooks 
Leila B. Krndrick 
Nellie B. Kirklcvt 



M VKKII II NAM) 

Mr-, Maeon 
Mr*. Farm* i 
Mi- li.inul 



Mr* Tale 
Mrs. An.W raoej 

Mi- Campbell 



M MDKN N A Ml 

i n d .1 K Maddoxl 

m o« Mum n 

Ingle I, M..M1.11I 
\1 Kail Moaa 

Annu I K* i'l 

i. nil \ Bbcwmake' 
Ha tc r s-iw i r 
Ratetlc fttroalei 
Mary Tomlinarm 

Ininit u Williams 

V. |i I. W lllllt 



MAKKI1 UNAMK 

Mi- Webetei 



Ml- K..|»ii. 



Mrs 
Mm 

Mis 
Mi- 



Ravenell 
Tussle 

Haw kfaa 



Mn-i. C.rad— Nellie B eUrkk) M l.uhi !.•■-.. I... . I Nctta Ward 



I894. 



Louise Anriei -011 

V Kula Ik. uichani p 

I.11I.1 Belle Hinl 

I.inu S. Bruzell 

Man, 1.. Brmsful.lr 

!sadie Be»s Mrvant 

Fannie H Cla'rkf 

Etta I. Cleaveland 

Edda Cookt 

Clara M. Del.aperrierct 

Suaie Harrell 

A Eatelle Harvard Mrs Clemt nts 

Kula M Hiatal 

Nettie C. Howell* Mr- !.■■>* 



Mi- Trimble 
Mr- Kodgcra 
Mr- Heard 
Mr- Mayaard 

Ml- I)odd 
Mrs IHtt 



II Ad) II. 1 Hunter 
Irtna u 1.1 »i- 
K Lola I. lies* 
Cora 1. Milam I 
Karj K Mitch 11 
Beanie G Moaelejrt 
Minnie Moat Urj 1 
l.i//it \ Mom 
1. 11. 1. M PattillcH 
Mamie- \\ I'anlk 
Amy 1 White 
Pearl W White 
I KaateWilkineonl 



Mi- I'lkt 

Mi- Radaej 
Mi- dower 

Mr- lamei 

Mn i : 

Mi- in. k. ratal 
Mi- Wledom* 
Ml- Potti 



KnaacOtad. m Mrd Baxter. Gene M Covin 



Mary I, Bruce 

Callieo. Burn** 
Roaa E. Callahan 
Hunter M. Carries 
l.ily CngtriiiN 
Lora Edmundson* 
Alice 1 Harp 
M KvansHarria 
H. Eatelle Huttlus.111 
Annie Kate Johnson* 
Buford J. Johnson 
Lillian Johnson 
Annie I Key 
Julia Manm'nrr 
Eva J MarMihiiiii 



.895- 



Mr- loasnn 
Mrs Kin K », 

Mr-. Harvard 
Mrs 

Mrs Yoang 

Mrs KltlK 
Mrs Harlan 
Mrs Parka 

Mrs llurkhalter 

Mrs Walker* 

Mrs rolm.s 

Mr- l.auiliark 



1 .11—1, K Mi I ill. In 11 
Birdie Menders 
Daiey 1, Morris 
1 M Parka 

j Tllllulall B llilllhan 

Alice M KobToa 
Mattie 1. Bchauht 

. K Beak 

1 Hi. 1 Bhewmake 

Daiaj i i.vloi 

Annul. Thrasher 
I 1. K.uc- rrimblrl 
< n Romania win Ichi '• 

I. nl. 1 A Wh« Ichelt 
! Annie 1 Wiggins 



Mi- Miiuh 
Mi- Tbraabi 1 

Mr- Cunningham 



Mr- Kuuililt 



Mm siiiiili 



Musi, i.nul Uu| Hraacll. KnV J slirumak, 



1896. 



Il l l a ta » 

Morah 1" Baileyt 
Clara t Baker* 
Mary K Bea„leyt 
W Mr II Brant I v 
Lulu Build I t ' 
Aiuie:< Callahua 
1 Ratelle Chappie 
R Cotter* 



Mrs. Park 

Mr* Chenoweth 



Mr- Hut. hins.,., 
Mi- Chandler 



ol. ih km* 
Beanie Longino 
i.u-sir Menwetberi 
Myra n Mi riw< th. 1 
Oli B Mil 
Ulan, he R Murpb) 
I. Inei Muriah 
Kolim w pi ice 
Hallie j Quillian 



Mi- N'.itil- 

Mis Winn 

Mrs John-oil 

\It - -.]>* - i 

Mis Knott 

Mr- Aabford 



44 



it i 1 1 . 1 n n mi 



m i u u 1 1 l > N mi 
Mi- II 

M i 



li.li'" 
1 l Han ill" 
Hi I, 'inal 

»,,|||r II Hl\ HI 

1.1 1- lllllllll 

. '!- I Mill mi-Ill 

M llai ii« 
\l Hrli n II' ii'li" 1-1 Mrs Mattox 



■ llilll 



M • \iitll.,nv 



MIll'IV Mill 
M.ii v M ill -nntlil 
' ■ ■ ■ ii.i U Mi' i 

|l I lull III I I l.,\ l"l 

N.innii Wan 
l v u ii Whitnki i 
\ Man.',.- Willi tins 
Man i."u Woodall 
Minn Wright 



Alumnae. 



M VKkll 1 1 NAM I 



1\ llllKilll 



Mimic C.rad \\ it. II. Brantly SalrU I DeLamat 



i*«>7 



i i . . . 

V.ir\ K Cm mil hill 1 
ll|l| ! 

llll 

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' 111. I II 

'I .,„n« 

K,.!t R I : 

. 1.' it., lit ; ; 
M.i.l.liiv 



Mi- M 



Urn 
Mm 



Hokpinv 



Mr! ' . 



Rub) I. McElroy 

<>/. (la II Kc.Ik rt- 
Man i Aealc 
Henrietta ( > -.mulii 
g Alma M • 
lull. i li Tigai ■ 
> -ii — ■ • M Tiguer) 

mil Toik hatoru 

in. k 
\ in . 1 I III Hi ! 

1 1 Lil lian Venablc 
Bertha II Wilsont 
Mi inula M Win) 



Mi- II'. in 

Mis II.IIH.k 

Mis wiggina 
Mn. ITpahaa 



aaui '.:..■! Kleanort Daveapott, Carrie Oavklaoa Mamk Doaiei Kate! :■ 



I898. 



'. lail 

Lulic I;' 

'in! 

I nil. 

llll kill-.., lit 

. MM'I 

■ II 

".mi II. ..limit 

Hll.lv;lllsl 



1.. k khan 

Tin in 1 



Mi - 1 .ail. \ 
Mi- 11 N. .1 



Laurie l.' Limit 1 

a unit 
Man Mannt 
Dana Ii Man hm ml 
M Horti 11st McClurc 
n McLaughlin 

Until Mill. -it 

\1111a lit lit- I', a.ll. t, n 

Mm Kavt 

Li 'iiist K. iss, 1 

Mn M..I1 t 

Ruth Tugglef 

k'isa Wrightf 
Sophie Wright 



Mi- Mill. -k. 1 
M:- M, 1 .. 



Mi- Brown 



Mask 1. -a. 1 Man Will Cleaveland, Lillian Johnaon 
Art Grad Nona ll.uiis Ahaa NetMtt 



Ik-all 
I! Ilah 
Kii 1; lulu 

M11111111 
" kiimont 
111' l>i\..iii 
Kvallnl 
I'lrininy 

Jit!i< II 
Mnilluiiii, . 



■ 1 KiiiiI.ii. ulit Mr 
llml Mn 



r899. 

Lillian \. .;• 
Leta Nearton 

l.lla 1'alkt 

M.i'v Park 

1.' Ua I'al Ws 

Anna niiilli.ni 
Marj 1. Miiiili.mt 

Ma! 1 K< .- - 
I', ail s, « 
I nil. M11HI1 

Anita sii, iu!t 

■ rin. «, 1 ; 

1. nit. nliergi ■ Sallie Totnllnaoa 

Mi- Mnalli \ M.itii, B] hi Wataon 

Mll-I, 1,1.1,1 An, !„■ i. Ii, atllalll, Manlli Ingram 



Ml- 1. 



Mi- I.Miin 

Mi- Dillard 



Mi- Ma, I l.iiitll 
Ml- Inv 



45 



Alumna*. 



MAIDEN NAME 
E. Clean Aadereon 
Mary I.Uiie Anderson 
Estey Askew 
Clyde Bruce! 
Ethel Brysont 
Coral CappsJ 
Marion Cliftont 
Willie Crawford 
Rosebud Dixon] 
Virgil Harris 
Marie Harriaou 
Annie I.on Hood! 
Nellie Johnson 
Clyde Lanier 



I900. 



MARRIED NAME. 
Mr* Itoswe.l 



Mi- Stapler 



MAIDEN NAME 
Ethel I.i% « l\ ; 
I. aaja I. Maiming! 
Lottie Maxwell] 

A I.. mist Mwatt-t 
Rebie Neeae 
Flora tjuilliau 
Looiac I. Rayt 

Ruliy Slurp 

Mary Howard Smith 
Sadie Stnitli 
Bza Stewart) 
A unit- Stone 
Kva Sutton! 
I,eoiie J Tin kerf 



M VRRII-.l) RAMI 



Hn 



Music Orad — Irene Dempsey. Leila Irvin. Fannie Smith 



I90I. 



Stella Rentoti 
Kate Bradfieldt 
Stella Bradfieldt 
Rita Boaaryi 
Irene I). Butler 
Lou Ella navist 
Ernestine M. Dempaey 



irs-ir Mallory 
tary Barnard Nix I 
Pauline Norman 
Sarah yiiilliant 
KrfieC Smith* 
l.illa Tack 
I I,eila WIDlamai 



tin .cates the II S degree {indicate* the II I. degree All Alumnae since i8Ho 
were graduated with the degree of A B. unless otherwise staled Total uumhernf 
Alumnae. 816. 



46 



IACON S BIRMINGHAM RY. 

f "The LaG range Route" 

- «r^ Direct Line Between- 

LaG range. 
South Georgia 



AND 



Florida Points 



» you intend going to LaGrange to attend School 
*« year, drop ns a card asking for Route and Rates 
"d Schedules. 

| H. DORSETT, S. P. A., P. J. MYERS, T. P. A. 
A. STREYER, Gen. Agt. J. R. LANE, Gen. M'g'r 

MACON, GA. 



ATLANTA& WEST POINT R. R. COMPANY 

THE WESTERN RAILWAY OF ALABAMA. 

Atlanta and New Orleans Short Line. 



Ii» Connection with 



.111(1 



Louisville and Nashville R. R.. and Southern Railway 
forming the great highway between Northeast and South 
west. Through cars between New Orleans, Mobile 
Montgomery to Atlanta, the Summer Resorts of the Cam- 
Km* and Virginias, Washington, D. C, Baltimore, Phila- 
delphia and \"eu Yurk. 

Superb Sleeping and Dining Car Service on all 
Through Trains. 

Splendid inducements offered to Settlers and Home Seek 
en in farming lands and manufacturing sites <>n the lines. 
Nora. -LaOrange, Ga., the seat of the College hi 
whose catalogue this advertisement appears, is located mi 

the- Atlanta and West Point R. R., 71 miles south of At- 
lanta and [Q4 miles north of Montgomery . Pupils sbouM 

sec that their ticket-, read via the Atlanta and New I frieUM 
Short Line. 

B. F Wyly. Jr Gen. Pas. and Ticket Age* 

R H - Lnl/ Traffic Manager, Montgomery, Ala. 

Chas. A. Wichershani Pre*, and Gen 1. M'g'r., Atlanta, Gt